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GentleWaves: Your Pre-Wedding Secret Weapon

Shhh. It's our little secret. Nobody has to know that you've just undergone a GentleWaves treatment. I've just learned about this totally cool skin care procedure that I have to tell all of you brides about! OK, so it's not cheap. It costs anywhere from $75-$100 depending on where you go, but like I said, no one will know you've had anything done. You'll feel no pain; you actually don't feel a thing, your eyes will be closed but you can sense the light.

Once you meet with your MD or esthetician, they will decide if you should get two 35 second or one 60 second treatment. GentleWaves is a LED pulsating light that teaches your cells to reproduce collagen at a faster rate. After anywhere from the recommended six to eight sessions, it will improve the tone and texture of your skin, reduce redness, dark circles, acne scars and will help to tighten your pores. It can be a stand alone treatment or combined with microdermabrasion or a facial to help calm irritation.

This quick pick me up is perfect for the busy bride who has no more than a few minutes to set aside for a soft and clear glistening complexion. To find a physician, treatment center or salon nearest you, fill out this form, hit submit and locations will be sent to you.

GentleWaves has been featured in all of the major fashion and beauty magazines, which you can check out here!


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ashleycakes ashleycakes 8 years
I've never heard of this before either, but the before and after pictures on their website look amazing. I think it's a pretty neat idea and much easier on your face than a chemical peal, but with the same results, or so they say... ;)
JKe895 JKe895 8 years
It's interesting. I've never heard of this before.
else411 else411 8 years
I use to get that done as a teenager for my acne, early 90s, it's not really recommended by derms anymore. Of course as a teen, I didn't notice the benefits listed above, but my acne did get better.
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